Depending on the size of the grain of sand, sand is best. It holds more moisture then dirt does.
With all the required nutrients and water, the plants grow faster in sand due to increased porocity to the roots.
Yes,it will grow if you put a mixer of more sand and alittle dirt.
dirt gravel because it has some nutrients in it and gravel does not.
Not entirely, The correct word would be ground (or dirt). The difference is that living thing such as plants (mostly plants, but in THIS case a man) can grow in ground/dirt, where in sand it can not.
The soil will help more because it has the most nutrients.
Water. Water absorbs and nutrients the plants system.
Here are the needs for sugar reed to grow: Water needs to be next to it. 2.: Must grow on sand or dirt (sand is faster)
Most plants grow better in dirt than sand because the dirt contains important nutrients and can retain water for later use by the plant. Sand generally doesn't contain much in the way of nutrients - if it does, we usually call it "sandy soil" rather than "sand". Water also drains away through sand fairly quickly so that it is not available to plants for very long.
Sand is small pieces of worn stone. Dirt is just muck. Soil is something that plants can grow in, a bit like peat.
There is nothing in sand that will make plants grow.
remove the sand then put dirt there
dark soil or just go to home depot
dirt, water, sand, not sure about the other what else can plants grow in ?and mud ideot
Cacti and many xerophytic plants can grow in sand.
Yes. because dirt can soak up more water than sand can
they grow better in dirt
lillly's grow best in sand
It depends on what kind of plant most plants a nutrients themselves but if not then most likely dirt it carries some nutrients sand carries water easily but lets it drain it dries easily dirt is best.